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What To Buy Every Month Of The Year In 2018

[ad_1] In 2018, you may resolve to save more, spend less or budget better. Whatever your money goal, the one common key to your success is shopping smart. That means knowing the best time to buy just about anything. To help you out, we’ve created a purchase calendar to help you plan your shopping for the year. JANUARY With a fresh page on the calendar comes a fresh start for sales. These products are discounted in January : —BEDDING AND LINENS. Department stores hold bedding and linen “white sales” in January with deep discounts on sheets and towels. —FITNESS EQUIPMENT. Retailers know you want to...

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‘Get Out’ Earns Best Picture & Screenplay By Film Critics Society

[ad_1] Jordan Peele’s “Get Out” has been named Best Picture by the Online Film Critics Society, which unveiled its annual awards today. The social horror pic, which has been scoring high marks among critics groups all awards season, also took the honor for Peele’s original screenplay. A trio of Brits took other key wins: Christopher Nolan was named Best Director for “Dunkirk,” Gary Oldman is Best Actor for “Darkest Hour,” and Sally Hawkins won Best Actress for “The Shape of Water.” “Dunkirk,” “Call My By Your Name” and “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri” joined “Get Out” with multiple wins from the OFCS, which...

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Recy Taylor, Anti-Rape And Civil Rights Activist, Passes Away

[ad_1] Recy Taylor, who spearheaded an anti-rape activism movement in the Jim Crow South after she was abducted and brutally raped by six White men in 1944, passed away in Abbeville, Alabama on Thursday. She was 97. Taylor had been in good spirits on Wednesday before her sudden death in her sleep at a nursing home just three days before her 98th birthday, her brother Robert Corbitt said to The Associated Press. The brave woman was only 24 years old when she was kidnapped and sexually assaulted while she walked home from an Alabama church. Her case drew the attention of...

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Apple Apologizes For Secretly Slowing Older iPhones

[ad_1] SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Apple apologized for secretly slowing down older iPhones, a move it said was necessary to avoid unexpected shutdowns related to battery fatigue. Many customers had interpreted the move as a way to for Apple to juice demand for newer iPhone models, their suspicions fueled by the fact that the company didn’t initially disclose the slowdowns or its reasons for them. Apple also said it will cut the price of a battery replacement by $50 to $29 through next year. New batteries had previously cost $79 for those who didn’t purchase the Apple Care maintenance plan. “We apologize,” the...

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For Some Reasons, Toddlers Love Getting Fruit For Christmas

[ad_1] Source: Jupiterimages / Getty Christmastime is always perfect when it comes to getting adorable videos. Whether it’s something super heart-wrenching like capturing some intimate family moments or just those one-of-a-kind videos you only get when you’re around your whole clan, the content around the Holidays is worth waiting for year-round. One video that has become notorious around the holidays is the cutest little toddler opening up his gift, which just happens to be a wrapped avocado. If you haven’t already seen it down your timeline, he’s extremely relatable to everyone who ahs ever had to act excited for a gift they...

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New York City Fire Kills 12, Sends Residents Scrambling

[ad_1] NEW YORK (AP) — New York City’s deadliest residential fire in decades spread through every floor of a Bronx apartment building within a matter of minutes, city officials said, killing 12 people and sending other residents scrambling outside into the cold and down fire escapes to safety. The dead included a child around a year old, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said during a briefing late Thursday, adding that four more people were fighting for their lives. Fire Commissioner Daniel Nigro called the fire, “historic in its magnitude,” because of the number of lives lost. Excluding the Sept. 11...

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The Queen Is Back! Serena Williams Is Returning To The Court

[ad_1] Serena Williams is returning to the game! After winning the Australian Open in February while 8 weeks pregnant, giving birth to her daughter in September and getting married, she’ll be returning to the game. Metro.Co.Uk reports that the 23 grand slam winner will return to the game on Saturday, December 30 in the Mubadala World Tennis Championship in Abu Dhabi. Williams will play an exhibition match against Jelena Ostapenko to get her feet wet. The tennis world will be watching to see just how the tennis great gets back to the game after giving birth. Many believe that her performance during this match will be...

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Keyshia Cole Pays Over $100K In Assault Case

[ad_1] Singer Keyshia Cole has to cough up some cash after she allegedly assaulted a woman at Birdman’s condo in Los Angeles three years ago. BET reports that Sabrina Mercadel took Cole to court in July and asked for $4 million for attacking her. The incident took place at Birdman’s house who Cole was dating at the time. The attack is believed to have come from Cole seeing another woman in the rappers house which angered her. Cole allegedly pulled Mercadel’s hair, scratched her face and left bruises on her body. Cole was later arrested for battery and reckless driving warrant that she had at the time....

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Floyd Mayweather Dating Miss Nikki Baby

[ad_1] Source: Steve Granitz / GettyCan’t say we didn’t see this coming. Love & Hip Hop Hollywood star Miss Nikki Baby is dating Floyd Mayweather, or at least that’s how it seems on Instagram. Nikki and Mayweather had a little flirt session underneath one of her photos, leading fans to believe they’re an item.While it’s clear they’re something going on between the two, Mayweather’s rep told TMZ, the rumors are “not true.” Hmm.Sounds like typical Mayweather behavior. [ad_2] Source link ...

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